When you watch a scary film and the eerie music starts in the background you just know something bad is going to happen, well this book has that eerie music feel to it. At first you start feeling sympathy for the main character, even if it is his own fault. Then I found myself shaking my head mumbling don't do it. All that sympathy gets tossed back into the readers face in a scenario I can only describe as horrific. I wasn't expecting it, but as the story progressed I could feel the hairs rise up on the back of my neck.It is also a storyline that is completely on par with our technology and era. Perhaps even an image of the future of apps. This contains some scenes that may be a little upsetting to some readers, but the writer gets his point across without any gratuitous details. I think it would be a great concept for a novel or novella instead of a short story. I received a complimentary copy of this book.